Urgent .. Kurdistan reveals the arrival of the wise to the region and Washington's support for the decisions of the leaders of the five

MONDAY, MAY 28 / MAY 2012 11:53

Twilight News
/ A leading figure in the Kurdistan Alliance, on Monday, that the leader of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim will join during the next few hours to a meeting in Erbil to discuss the current crisis, while pointing out that the U.S. administration announced its support for the decisions of the five leaders condition their compliance with the Constitution.

And draws the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi, and House Speaker Osama Najafi, and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq to Arbil, on Sunday, to discuss the current political crisis, and to complement what was started by the political leaders meeting in Najaf.
The Iraqi List, said in a statement reported for "Twilight News" that the new consultation mechanisms will be discussed in Arbil to move in the next term should be to achieve the reforms and the implementation of agreements within the time limit or to resort to the process of withdrawal of confidence from the government according to the mechanism to be decided by consultation.
The MP said the Kurdistan Alliance Farhad Atrushi in an interview with "Twilight News" that "due to be Head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim tomorrow or the day after to the Kurdistan Region to meet the region's president Massoud Barzani."
He added that "The visit of the wise fall within the bilateral meetings and consultation meetings currently taking place in Erbil, Najaf," noting that "the wise holds something in store for discussion with President Barzani."
The MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, "The ongoing dialogues between the presidency of the province and Iraqi leaders, and their squad leaders of senior-level of the Sadrist movement to the meeting to discuss and debate a community of Najaf, which sent them to the National Alliance, did not return the last out of the different blocks that fall when the message."
He Atrushi that "the U.S. administration announced in a clear and explicit that it is with any change agreed upon by the Iraqis to be within the framework of the Constitution and federal political system in the country."
The representatives of the Kurdistan Alliance, and the Iraqi List, and the parties in the National Alliance, had met early last week, the leader of Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr in his home province of Najaf to discuss the response of the National Alliance on paper al-Sadr in meeting the five-consultation, which took place at the end of last April, in Arbil.
He said one of the representatives of the Iraqi meeting Najaf MP Hussein al-Shaalan, for "Twilight News", "Sayyid Muqtada al-Sadr insisted in the meeting of the leaders in Najaf, deadline one week to the National Alliance to end the political crisis unresolved, and the answer to the letter of the leaders of the meeting of Irbil."
Included a meeting of Irbil, signed by Barzani and Najafi, and Allawi and al-Sadr, emphasized that the option to withdraw confidence from the current government would be based in the absence of commitment to the implementation as stated in the letter within 15 days.